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Bicycles on Campus - 513.1

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Policy Name: Bicycles on Campus
Policy Number: 513.1
Effective Date: April 1, 2010
 

Policy:

This Policy’s use of the term “bicycle” is understood to include bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates, scooters, skateboards, and other non-motorized vehicles inclusively.

  1. Every person operating a bicycle on campus shall do so in accordance with the traffic control devices and rules of the road that are applicable to motor vehicles under Arkansas law.
  2. No person shall operate any bicycle except on established roadways, parking areas, or bicycle paths.
  3. When a bicycle crosses a pathway for pedestrian travel or a marked pedestrian crossway, the operator shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian within the areas specified.
  4. No person shall park a bicycle in any manner that will impede pedestrian or vehicle movement. Prohibited areas include inside buildings, hallways, walkways, ramps, etc.
  5. If a bicycle is parked in an unauthorized space or manner, DPS may immobilize the bicycle by lock and chain. A notice will be placed on the bicycle instructing the operator to report to DPS.
  6. A bicycle may be impounded if it is parked in an unauthorized space or manner or it has been abandoned.
  7. DPS will not be responsible for bicycle locks that may be destroyed in the impoundment process.
  8. Any impounded bicycle not claimed within sixty (60) days shall be considered abandoned and shall be disposed of by the University as abandoned property.
  9. Any person whose actions result in a violation of this code will be issued a violation ticket.
  10. Alleged violators of this code have the same avenue of appeal as an operator of a motor vehicle.
  11. UALR reserves the right to change these regulations and to add, remove, or reallocate parking areas as the need arises.
  12. UALR DPS is vested with the powers, duties, and jurisdiction to administer and enforce this code.


Source: UALR Student Handbook 2009
Revised:
Approved By: UALR Department of Public Safety
Custodian: UALR DPS

Updated 1.8.2013